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VIRGINIA BEACH 




Owned and Managed by * ; 



. The Norfolk Albemarle &Atl-wtic R.R.C 



(beuen/y ^ears Of J rogress 



Seventy years ago a small winter resort, known for it's primeval forest covering one 
thousand acres and five miles of gently-sloping beaches, was owned by the Norfolk, Al- 
bemarle, and Atlantic Railroad Company. The Princess Anne Hotel, owned by the same 
railroad, provided a haven for sportsmen and those seeking a quiet rest. There were 
diversified amusements offered. 

With time and progress the small resort gradually changed from the quiet, backwoods 
atmosphere of the 1 890's into a small town with stores along 17th Street and Atlantic 
Avenue by the early 1920's. Plans for a new road running along the present 31st Street 
were in progress. 

Now an even greater change is evident. The town has developed into a booming resort 
city, known for its modern accommodations and amusements. Having traveled a long road 
of progress and development, it has emerged as "The World's Largest Resort City," Vir- 
ginia Beach. 



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Perhaps no words could better describe Mr. Rountree than the single 
word, "dedication." In class he has developed an interesting procedure, one 
that allows the student to participate and that deviates from everyday drill. 
He is always ready to assist a willing student. Through his patience and un- 
derstanding one can achieve the knowledge that he has set forth to impart. 
In appreciation of his years of service to Virginia Beach High School, the 
1965 Hurricane is dedicated with pleasure to Mr. Carlton Rountree. 




Seniors proudly march in to the assembly. 



iDooAina forward to ine rise of a 




Terry Cook and Renn Crutchfield enjoy the ceremonies as much as the rest of the court at 
the Surf Queen Ball. 




The Freedom Shrine was a gift to the school from the Virginia Beach Exchange Club to en- 
courage patriotism. 

new ano areater Oirainia Jjeacn Julian. 




Virginia Beach thrives in its twelfth year. 




With mixed emotions Seniors and their friends talk together after the graduation ceremony. 



iDooAino oacAwara to note now far a/ono 



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Mrs. Cook guides and advises the underclassmen in their projects, problems, and interests. 




Bad weather dampens Homecoming preparations. 



ine road of proaress we naoe come. 




Steve Strickler installs Bart Theberge as our S.C.A. president. 




Mrs. Jeter scolds loiters in our new first corridor. 



Drawing accurate/a a crosses ection 




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Students changing classes use the breezeways between the cordidors. 

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The members of the Constitution Revision Committee of the S. C. A. are 
hard at work to make necessary changes in the S.C.A. Constitution. 

of one year of transitions. 




Mr. Gurney teaches this Spanish class with the aid of our new language lab. 




Merrily plays for a Hootenanny in the gym during lunch. 



J ausino briefly to view 




New drink and snack machines provide enjoyment. 



m sizes: comPflcT.smftU 



/TIOA/OGRAm CLl/fi F*i>»y 








Who says there's no such thing as slaves? 



ine sen oofs many activities. 




Varsity cheerleaders run across the field after thanking the Cox students for their welcome. 





3 1st Street — Early 1920's 



Seldom can one visit this section of 31st Street without finding members 
of the FACULTY. 



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^Administration and ^aciutu 



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MR. FRANK W. COX, 

our dependable 

and responsible 

Superintendent of Schools 



MR. JAMES M. HELMER, 

our principal who 

guides us through our 

school years with 

sound advice and 

understanding 



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Mrs. Margaret Jeter 

Assistant Principal 
and Guidance Director 




Miss Noelwa Ratcliff 

Secretary 




Carleton Bowyer 

Administrative Assistant 
to the Principal 




Mrs. Marguerite Shelly 

Treasurer 



Mrs. Carolyn Pallett 

Secretary 



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Mrs. Theresa Cook 

Guidance 
B.S. Huntington College 




"V.M.I., did you say?' 



Mrs. Margaret Jeter — Guidance Director 
Mr. Dale Browder — Guidance Counselor 
Mrs. Barbara Owens — Guidance Counselor 




William Jeter 

Guidance 
B.S. Presbyterian College 



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Mrs. Henry Isaacs 

English 
B.S. Wake Forest 



Mrs. Barbara Owens 

Department Head 

English 

B.A. UNC, Woman's College 



Mrs. Mary Worthington 

English 
B.A. UNC, Woman's College 




Mrs. Caroline Sankovich 

English 

B.A. Univ. of Oregon 

Tri-Hi-Y 





Mrs. Barbara Monk 

English 

B.A. Louisiana Tech. 

Y-Teens 



"You can put your mums in the freezer." 




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Miss Sarah Armstrong 

Hist., Speech, Drama 
B.A. Mary Washington 
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John R. Scholl 

English 
B.S. E. Tennessee State 



Miss Janice Lamm 

English 
B.S. Atlantic Christian 



Miss Judith Goessling 

Eng., Comp., Lit. 

B.A. Wisconsin State Univ. 

New York Univ. 

National Honor Society 



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JKain em ah'cs 






Mrs. Louise C. Kerzanet 

Math, Algebra 

B.S. North Carolina State 

Georgia Tech 



Robert Coulthard 

Department Head 

Trigonometry, Geometry 

M. Ed. Univ. of Virginia 



John Roberson 

Math 
B.S., M.A. East Carolina 




'2 + 2 = 5?" 






Thomas E. Gregory 

Math, Algebra 

B.S. Atlantic Christian 

Junior Civitan 



Mrs. Zeda G. Middlebrook 

Math 
A.B. Elon College 



Philip W. Williams 

Math 
B.S. Atlantic Christian 



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cience 






L. W. Shackelford 


Alexander Hood 


Bruce Baxter, Jr. 


Chemistry 


Department Head 


Biology 


B.S. East Carolina 


Algebra and Physics 


B.S. Ohio State Univ 


ICC and Interact 


B.S. Naval Academy 
Annual 






"O.K., who put the frog in my grade book?" 





Ralph E. Hoskins 

Biology 
B.S. Old Dominion College 



Miss Starr Sisk 

Science 

B.S. Guilford College 

Annual 



Mrs. Susanne Thompson 

Science 
B.S. Wake Forest College 



Mrs. Gloria Stenzhorn 

Science 

B.S. Longwood College 



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Social (b/aaies 





Mrs. Nancy Jones 

History, English 
Pennsylvania State 




Pat S. Keeffe 

World History 
B.A. St. Mary's Univ. 





Do we have to go through the 
whole Thirty Years War? 




Miss Sylvia Short 

Government, U.S. History 
A.B. Duke Univ. 




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William S. Powell 

World Geography 

B.A. V.M.I, 
raduate Studies ODC 


Mrs. Thelma Houck 

Department Head 
Government, Economics 
A.B., West Liberty 
- " Teachers College 

M.A., Univ. of W. Va. 


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Miss Sarah Moseley 

World Geography 
A.B. Univof N. C. 




C. K. Scarborough 

History 
B.S. William and Mary 




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Carleron Rountree 

French 

A.B. Asbury College 

Newspaper 




'Caesar was a playboy?' 




David W. Gurney 

Spanish 
B.A. Univ. of Virginia 




Miss 

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Jr. Y-Teer,. 



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J nasical Cjouca/ion 




G. Ray Smith 

Department Head 

Physical Education 

B.S. Atlantic Christian 




Miss Viola Clark 

Physical Education 
B.S. Madison College 





Mrs. Margaret Oilman 

Physical Education 
B.S. Bemidji State 



'You're getting very drowsy 




Gary M. Byrd 

Physical Education 
A.B. Wofford 





Gus Polizos 

Physical Education, 

Drivers' Training 

Bachelor of Philosophy 

Illinois Weslayan 



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James Cook 

Mechanical Drawing 
B.S. Univ. of Georgia 




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Mrs. Reba McClannan 

Home Economics 

B.S. Berea College 

FHA 




Robert F. Edwards 

Shop 
B.S. Ohio State Univ. 



Kenneth D. Wade 

Distributive Education 

B.S. Bluefield State 

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Mrs. Joan Plawin 

Shorthand, Typing 
B.S. Radford 





"Can't anybody find the 'X'?" 



Miss Jane W. Shell 

Commercial Subjects 
B.S. Madison College 



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JKusic ano loibraru 




J. William Miller 

Attendance, Choral Music 

B.M. Shenandoah 

Conservatory 

M.A. Columbia Univ. 




Miss Berry Edwards 

Librarian 
B.S. Longwood College 




Dale G. Browder 

Guidance, Band 
A.B. Wake Forest 
M.A. East Carolina 




Mr. Miller trains young voices. 



iZ? ^Appreciation . 





Mrs. Newbern — School Nurse 




The Cafeteria Staff 



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17th Street — Early 1920's 



On many Saturday nights students may be found enjoying themselves in 
the building shown under construction in the above picture. The Place FEAT- 
URES folk music. 



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Mary Jo Kellon 
Joanne Maher 



Grace Adriance 
Lorie Bowers 



Frances Gilliam 
Brucie Holland 



Linda Chaplain 
Heather Cheshire 











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Judy Chaplain 
Debbie Ayres, Louise Kerr, Lyn Cosrenbader 



tjnfnusiastic J reparations 





Y-Teens decorate an impressive first-prize float. 



Lyn, Jimmy, and Louis decorate the goal post for 
Homecoming. 




The Tenth Grade Class works hard on its float. 



J romo/e ^cnooi spirit and 



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Bootsie leads our impressive majorettes. 



The Phantom strikes again! 



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Ct3rinq a victorious vlomecoming 




Queen Judy smiles at former Queen, Carolyn. 




Judy reigns over her court at half-time. 




That was a close and exciting Homecoming! 26-25. 



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Jie/en DulOois 



Cfittencfants 




Trudy Williams, Jane Walle 



Betsv Harschutz, Margaret Ann Drewry 

!l y Nancy Southerland, Margie Jard 



Patty Garvin, Johanna Miller 



special Attractions 




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Better cor than teacher! 



Drop her and you'll be sorry. 




Johnny Unitas is guest speaker at the football banquet sponsored by the Gridiron Association. 

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Figurehead of the "Dictator" — Wrecked in 1891 



Inscribed at the base of the new Norwegian Lady are these words, "I am 
the Norwegian Lady. I stand here as my sister before me to wish all men of 
the sea safe return home." May her protection extend to the SENIORS. 



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Emmett Herman- Allen 





Betty Lou Armstrong 



Debra Ann Ayres 




Virginia Marie Bailey 



Jeanne Sue Barnes 






Sandra Jean Baxter 



Steven Todd Bowers 



Sherry Gayle Brooks 




Sandra Kay Butt 



Charles Randolf Carter 



Judy Christine Chaplain 




James Grumman Clark 







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(maid Gene Coffman 




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Linwood Goodman Cohen 





Janet Catherine Conner 




Patricia Alphin C 





Mary Jo Cooper 



Marian Lyndle Costenbader 



Elizabeth Ann Crawford 



p^Mnm^n 




Wanda Darice CrutchfieM 

















Constance Marlene DeLaMater 




Paul DeWitt 









Helen Catherine DuBois 



William Hans Duckworth 





Claudia Payne Edivards 



Earl Wayne Eldridg 




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Barry Davis Evans 



Kimblyn Earle Fanney 



Timothy Harding Fanney 





Pamela Ann Fauber 



Sandra Jean Ferguson 




Leslie Mitchell Fleming 




Michael Joseph Flynn 



Sandra Leigh Flynn 




Virginia Kaye Hamilton 



Christopher Miller Hanson 




Leah Reed Henry 



Kenneth Glenn Hill 




Carol Lynne Hoggard 



Darlene Christine Howell 



Ann Mallory Hubbard 




Marguerite Slade Ingram 



ra Kay Iser 




Laurie Irene Jackson <. JA Donald H. Johnson 

Margaret Ellen Kenley 






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Louise Mavis Kerr 



Michael Keville 



Douglas William Kist 









Suzanne Windsor Larson 



Linda Lee Lemon 




La Don Leslie 



Robert Belknap Mack 



James Edivard Maker 




Ruth Marian McMillan 



Mary Jane Meiners 



Stephen Leo Michaels 




Pamela Miller 







Joseph Park Moorer, Jr. 




Kent Andrews Morgan 



Norma Iris Mundo 






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Patricia Louise Murphy 



Robert Bur chill Myers 




Lauren Nelson 




Thomas Edward Nixon 



Ronald Edward Pack 




Jacqueline Cecilia Osmond 




Linda Pallette 



William Pittman 




Ruth Weeks Robeson 




Charles William Robinson 



Nancy Jo Runyon 





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Marcella Jane Russell 



Susan Barbara Sharp 



Charles Jeffrey Shelton 






Mary Kay Silmon 



Christie Marie Simpson 




Philip Baird Simpson 



Charlotte Laye Sproles 



Charlene Spruill 




Carol Lynn Swindell Sam Jones S ^ es ' Jr > 

Brenda Dianne Tabor 




Elizabeth Vaughn Taylor 




Jeanne Taylor 



John Mirl Taylor 





Sandra Lee Tepo 



Norman Bartlett Theberge 




Edward Montgomery Thomson 




Brenda Todd 



Robert Hill Towle 








Alice Fay Van Nostrand 



Linda Durrell Walker 





Benjamin Ray Williams, Jr. 



Dale Wagers Wilson 




Eric Jon Williams 




Thomas Ward Wood 



John Roberson Woollen 




Elizabeth Margaret Yates 



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CLASS OFFICERS: President, Leslie Watson, Vice-Pres., 
Sam Sykes, Treasurer, Lynn Williams, Secretary, Margaret 
Kenley. 




Best Ail-Around: Lyn Costenbader and Bart Theberge. 




Most Likely to Succeed: Margaret Kenley and Joe Small. 



Wittiest: Monty Thomson and Ann Hubard. 




Best Looking: Louise Kerr and Tim Fanney. 
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Oufc/andina Seniors 




Outstanding Seniors 

Margaret Kenley and Sam Sykes were chosen Senior Boy and Girl 
of Virginia Beach High School by the Optimist Club. 

CBoas J and Str/s' S/a/e 




Front row: Margaret Kenley, Wanda Crutchfield. Lost row: Paul de Witt, Jimmy Batchelor, 
Bart Theberge, Russell Ball. 



This page sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Theberge 




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The Beach — Early 1 920's 



Even though bathing attire has changed, it's still the same 'ole sunshine 
and the same 'ole summertime ACTIVITIES. 



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Bart Theberge-President, Ragan Pulley-Vice President, Lyn Costenbader-Secretary, Louis Hub- 
bard-Treasurer. 




First Row: Louis Hubbard, Lyn Costenbader, Ragan Pul- 
ley, Bart Theberge. Second Row: Brook Moore, Donna 
Snider, Debbie Ti I let, Mike Strickler, Merle Preston, Les- 
lie Watson, Margaret Beavers, Boyd Scarborough, Mike 
Beavers, Greg Cayce, Ed Blair, Ed Tebele, Gary McFar- 
land. Third Row: John Ortt, Edwin Blair, Charles Gilliam, 
Amy Danforth, Heather Cheshire, Patty Garvin, Leslie 
Schmidt, Pat Lents, David Fouber, Bobby Holland. Fourth 



Row: Kennon Binford, Mary Baker, Cherry Lassiter, Joe 
Small, John Wolfe, Gary Harvey, Holly Ward, Johanna 
Miller, Jean Baker, Webb de Witt. Fifth Row: Mike 
Dennis, Cotton Markert, Steve Finn, Peggy Preston, Ruth 
Robeson, Dale Wilson, Laurie Fox, Margie Jard, Trudy 
Williams, Ann Hubard, Connie De La Mater, Mary Jo 
Kellam. 



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<^)/andina Cjom/ni//ee Cjn airmen 




Front row: Lyn Williams, Perry Harschutz, Lyn Costen- 
bader. Second row: Sam Sykes, Mark Hannan, Dale Wil- 
son, Margoret Kenley. Third row: Leslie Watson, Louis 



Hubbard, Jimmy Batchelor. Last row: Ragan Pulley, Russel 
Ball, Bill Duckworth. 



Student J ariicipafion 





Students decorate Christmas tree in foyer. 



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Bart accepts Presidency of the S.C.A. 



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Seahawks show spirit at game with Holland. 





Cramming for exams? 



The senior class marches in for Thanksgiving assembly. 




Junior-Senior lunch section. 



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Front row: Amy Danforth, Leah Henry, Paul de Witt, 
Ragan Pulley. Second row: Kent Morgan, Joe Small, Jane 



Danforth. Last row: Lee Entsminger, Jimmy Batchelor. 
Not pictured: Mary Jo Kellam, Jill Mowen, Louis Hubbard. 



The I.C.C. is a coordinating body which keeps all clubs informed about 
the activities and projects of the other clubs. It is their responsibility to 
keep the bulletin board in front of the office up to date and to organize 
programs for assemblies. 

(ucno/as/ic Jeam 




Seated: Heather Cheshire, Penny Brown, Sherri Fruin, Linda Lydick. 
Standing: Ragan Pulley, Lyn Costenbader, Paul de Witt, John Sweeney. 



Jjeacncom ber 

Co-Editors 








Lyn Costenbader 



Paul de Wirt 



The Beachcomber is the school newspaper which is published by the 
students. They strive to please the students by putting out a paper which 
will interest and keep them informed. Their goal this year was to publish 
eight issues. 




Seated: Susan Axlerod, Merle Preston, Susan Hilton, Pat 
Murphy, Laura Reinhardt, Martha Boone. Standing: Mr. 
Gurney — sponsor, Paul de Witt, Jill Mowen, Tommy Ma- 



thias, Trudy Williams, Eddie Spry, Lyn Williams, Russell 
Ball, Lyn Costenbader, Brooke Moore, Jimmy Mathias, 
Mike Strickler. 



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Work or Play?! 



Staff 

Co-Editors Lyn Costenbader, Paul de Witt 

Feature Editor Trudy Williams 

Sports Editor Mike Strickler 

Copy Editor Lyn Williams 

Business Manager Eddie Spry 

Circulation Manager Laura Reinhardt 

Head Typists. . . .Susan Hilton, Tommy Mathias 

Photographer Jimmy Mathias 

Art Russell Ball 

Reporters Pat Murphy, Brooke Moore, 

Merle Preston, Susan Axelrod, Martha Boone 
Sponsors Mr. Rountree and Mr. Gurney 




Sponsors give a helping hand. 



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Business Manager 






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Captain Hood 

Business Sponsor 





Peggy Preston 

Editor 




Wanda Crutchfield 

Circulation Manage 




Miss Sisk 

Literary Sponsor 




Leah Henry 

Senior Editor 



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Bart Theberge 

Sports Editor 



Jjand (ilJins ^Jionors 




Eddie Spry, Student Band Director, admires trophy while 
Mr. Browder, Band Director, and Pat Christ, Assistant Stu- 



dent Band Director, discuss plans for the Beach Bowl Par- 
ade. 



This year the Marching Band added much to 
the school spirit at pep rallies and football 
games. They played at most of the away games 
and should be congratulated for their fine per- 
formance. The height of the year was winning 



the second place trophy over thirty-nine other 
bands at the Veterans' Day Parade. 

The Concert Band presented the annual 
Christmas Concert and this spring, the Spring 
Concert. 




Bond Officials: T. Hughes, P. Christ, S. Ferguson, C. Hoggard, L. Cauley, G. Fox, 
M. Beavers, G. Georghiou, R. Troutman, A. Snead, S. Dillon, M. Browder, 
T. Nixon, E. Spry, J. Napier, C. Dioietes. 



'Onward Seahawks' 



Drum J/Ta/'or and JKa/'oretfes 




Jenny Bailey, Ellen Woodward, Yvonne Hoarty, James Napier — Drum Major, Carol Hoggard- 
Head Majorette, Virginia Butt, Cathy House, Judy Butt. 



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The Training Band under the direction of Mr. Browder 
and Mr. Daws is composed of sixth, seventh, and eighth 



graders who hope to be in the regular band later. They 
meet three times a week. 



This page sponsored by The Virginia Beach Rock Shop, Mrs. M C. Brooks, Owner. 



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Front row: J. Davis, S. Adkins, P. Finley, N. Sawyer, B. 
McCoy, B. Stivers, M. Davis, M. Kent, K. Sevier, D. Brad- 
ley, D. Gimmons, P. Gimmons, C. Winz, C. Lovet. Second 
row: C. Edwards, B. Minton, D. White, D. Boykin, S. Ry- 
dell, M. Killen, C. Shelton, J. Shelley, R. Burns, G. McFar- 
land, G. Pallette, D. Twisdale, P. Hubbard, C. Harris, E. 



Early, B. Waterfield, L. Dixon. Lost row: J. Gray, B. Rocke- 
charlie, D. Spicer, J. Haubrich, D. Hummer, K. Longworth, 
C. Mundun, B. Brown, J. Alfred, L. Van Nostrand, M. Tay- 
loe, B. Henry, L. Longworth, J. James, J. Vasile, L. 
Schmidt, M. Coughlan, S. Crouch. 





Brawn or brains? 



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Altogether now. 



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Jlljxed C)A( 



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Front row: L. Hall, B. Coffman, D. Williams, S. Brooks, B. 
McNicholas, S. Bowers, B. Goffred, A. Walton, K. Kight, 
P. Hubiak, C. Grinstead. Second row: M. Kellam, B. Yates, 
B. Taylor, M. Cupp, J. Neal, R. Killen, J. McCellan, R. 
Chaplain, J. Stivers, L. White, C. Sproles, G. King, B. Bell, 



C. Jones. Last- row: N. Sparks, J. Conner, L. Henry, P. 
McDade, J. Richardson, M. Thompson, B. Towle, L. White- 
hurst, C. Davis, C. Rucker, M. Beavers, B. Carpenter, C. 
Swindell. 



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Front row: S. Smith, L. Cooley, A. Van Nostrand, C. Simp- 
son, S. Wood, K. Fanney, S. Walker, P. Sweeney, C. Ed- 
wards, K. Hamilton, A. Holloman, S. Burford, B. Goffredt. 
Second row: L. Pallette, C. Spruill, A. Murphy, S. Strole, 
J. Newton, C. Brown, P. Fauber, C. Miller, D. Ayres, S. 



Baxter, J. Barns, S. Iser, B. Armstrong. Last row: L. White, 
B. Tabor, B. Felton, C. Wright, N. Runyon, M. Wetmore, 
R. McMillian, J. Taylor, G. Cook, A. Robinson, P. Crist, S. 
Tepo, S. Butt, M. Meiner. 



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Junior Cioi/an GfuS 




Front row: M. Jard, N. Runyon, D. Strohkorb, M. Kellam, 
L. Hubbard, P. Harschutz, S. Michaels, L. Fox, D. Ayres. 
Second row: B. Scarborough, S. Ervin, L. Williams, W. 
Crutchfield, A. McDowell, S. Stormont, S. Walker, 



K. Fanney. Third row: G. Harvey, K. Gore, S. Brennan, 
S. Burke, M. Drewry, L. Costenbader, M. Beavers, T. Wil- 
liams. Lost row: W. Wood, M. Keville, J. Small, J. Evans, 
S. Farmer,. B. Harshcutz, M. Strickler. 



The Junior Civitan Club is affiliated with 
the Senior Civitan Club sponsored by Mr. Greg- 
ory and Mr. Pat Standing. The members are 
elected by the club members at the beginning 
of the year. A banquet is ( then given for the 
new members and the officers are installed. 

This year the club sponsored an orphan. At 







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Seated: Jimmy Batchelor — Pres., Laurie Fox — Vice-Pres., 
Dyanne Strohkorb — Recording Secretary. Standing: Stephen 
Michaels — Sergeate-at-Arms, Perry Harschutz — Treas., 
Debbie Ayres — Corresponding Secretary. Not pictured: 

Margie Jard — Chaplain. 



graduation a scholarship will be presented. 
Fruitcakes were sold again at Christmas. An- 
other annual project was selling Halloween 
candy. 

Several members attended the area con- 
vention, while Laurie Fox represented the club 
at the district conference. 




Junior Civitans throw party for new members. 



This page sponsored by Mr. R. M. Furniss, Jr. 



ynteract Cj/uo 




Lee Entsminger — President, Leslie Watson — Vice-Presi- 
dent, Webb de Witt — Secretary, Sam Sykes — Treasurer, 



Paul de Witt — Director, Ragan Pulley — Director, Bart 
Theberge — Director. 



The Interact Club is the junior branch of 
the Rotary Club organized to promote inter- 
national understanding and good will. This year 
the members sponsored a surfing movie and 
sold seat cushions, school pennants, and re- 



freshments at the Beach Bowl Dance. A ban- 
quet was given for the new members and in- 
stallation of officers. They also contributed 
to the Virginia Beach Athletic Fund with the 
money made by clearing land for a picnic area. 




Front row: Z. Clement, J. Ortt, P. de Witt, S. Sykes, L. Ent- 
sminger, R. Jones. Second row: R. Pulley, T. Mathias, J. 
Mathias, L. Watson, M. Hannon, B. Theberge. Third row: 



K. Todd, R. Ball, M. Wylie, G. Ford, J. Williams. Last row: 
B. Gregory, R. McGinnis, J. Taylor, C. Moorer, R. McCall, 
W. de Witt, R. Peebles. 



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Amy Danforth-President, Wando Crutchfield-Vice-Presi- 
dent, Candy Hinchee-Secretary, Peggy Preston-Treasurer, 



Pat Hubiak-Chaplain, Monica Cummings-Reporter, Jill 
Mowen District ICC. Representative. 



Y-Teens is a girls' club, whose goals are to 
grow in friendship with people of all races, 
religions, and nationalities and to grow in 
knowledge and in the love of God. The Y- 
Teens have had an ambitious year. Among 
their money-making projects they have had 



numerous bakesales and raffles. Goodwill 
projects have included Christmas gifts for 
foster homes, and an adoption of a grand- 
mother from Holmes Rest Home. For the 
enjoyment of the club members, they are 
preparing for a Mid-Winter Ball in February. 




Front row: A. Danforth, W. Crutchfield, C. Hinchee, P. 
Preston, P. Hubiak, M. Cummings, J. Mowen, K. Goran- 
son, J. Downing, S. Butler, D. Strohkorb, L. Ricks. Second 
row: L. Burmock, J. Neal, S. Molnar, C. Sproles, P. 
Murphy, S. Lowe, N. Kutz, L. Henry, D. Hoarty, E. 
Carpenter, A. Simpson, P. Sweeney. Third row: S. Brown, 
C. Newnam, B. Smith, B. Murden, B. Smith, L. Cauley, 



B. Crawford, A. Hubard, K. Hamilton, S. Ingram, C. 
Hoggard, P. Crist, J. Edge, M. Coffman. Fourth row: 
T. Hughes, S. Wilkerson, C. Corder, M. Etheridge, H. 
Joy, A. Vowell, C. West, M. Jard, N. Sparks, C. Wright, 
B. Armstrong, S. Baxter. Lost row: H. Evans, G. Sedell, 
S. Nase, J. Sharp, S. Griffin, L. White, B. Southerland, 
J. Taylor, B. Sawyer, L. Smithson, L. Webb, J. Litchfield. 



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Jane Danforth — President, Jackie Sivertsen — Vice-Presi- 
dent, Connie Jones — Secretary. Second row: Martha de 
Witt — I.C.C. Representative, Crissie Brockenbrough — 



Treasurer, Bonnie Peebles — Chaplain, Brook Baxter — 
Reporter. 



The Junior Y-Teens is a club organized for 
the purpose of growing in friendship with peo- 
ple of all races, religions, nationalities, and 
to grow in the knowledge and the love of God. 



Their projects this year include a Thanksgiving 
dance at the Lamplighter, a raffle, and a donut 
sale. The members of this club are students in 
the eighth and ninth grades. 




Front row: C. Brockenbrough, J. Sivertson, J. Danforth, C. 
Jones, B. Peebles, B. Baxter, M. de Witt. Second row: L. 
Nixon, J. Maher, S. Duckworth, E. Early, A. Williamson, 
Y. Hoarty, D. Sansaucy, N. Hart, D. Spicer. Third row: 



D. Jefferson, J. Waller, M. Ken, S. Whiting, K. House, P. 
McGuire, K. English, B. Nagle, C. Bethune. Fourth row: 
K. Wommack, C. Casey, R. Johnston, J. Hankins, J. 
Brumley, L. Nixon, C. Sevier, H. Taylor. 



UriJ£~y 




Front row: S Brennan, A. Danforth, M. Kenley, S. Burke, 
L. Henry, L. Fox, P. Harshcutz, C. Hinchee, D. Hoarty. 
Second row: B Crawford, A. Murphy, K. Goranson, 
K Grinstead L. Costenbader, L. Williams, N. Rydell, 
J. Edge, C Sproles, S. Ingram, R. Beasley. Third row: 
P Hubiak, L. Lawler, L. Burmock, P. Hagerman, D. 



Fauber, C. Whalen, J. Sivertsen, C. Corder, J. Bailey. 
Fourth row: J. Cheshire, P. Fauber, P. Preston, C. Edwards, 
C. Lassiter, M. Preslon, L. Reinhardt, P. Brown, S. Wilker- 
son. Last row: N. Runyon, P. Crist, M. Halstead, C. Simp- 
son, N. Sparks, M. Jard, C. Wright, C. Meredith, T. 
Hughes. 



The James M. Helmer Tri-Hi-Y was organized in order to create, main- 
tain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high stand- 
ards' of Christian character. Their projects included the organization of the 
Christmas program, the annual sale of telephone directories, and sending 
two members to the Blue Ridge Conference during the summer. 




Front row: Sally Burke — Pres., Amy Danforth — 2nd Vice- 
Pres., Leah Henry — 1st Vice-Pres., Perry Harshcutz — 
Treas. Second row: Laurie Fox — Rep., Candy Hinchee — 



Hist., Dorinda Hoaty — Recording Sec, Margaret Kenley 
— Corr. Sec, Susan Brennon — Chap. 



^Ars Jltec/ica 




Dale Wilson — President, Tommy Mathias — Secretary-Treasurer, Perry Harschutz — Vice- 
President. 



The Ars Medica is a club open to all students interested in a medical 
career. Its members make tours of several hospitals. The senior members 
will make house calls with a doctor. 

The club benefited by several speakers, both nurses and doctors. A film 
was shown on the opportunities of the medical profession. 




First row: A. Simpson, P. Harschutz, B. Crawford, C. Ed- 
wards, B. Taylor, T. Mathias, S. Butler. Second row. J. 
Cheshire, L. Costenbader, C. Howard, H. Fanney, B. Ken- 
ley, W. Bailey, M Cummings Third row: G. Fox, P. 



Murphy, B. Harschutz, L Lawler, L. Cauley, B. Carpenter, 
L. Leigh. Fourth row: J. Edge, L. Leigh. Fifth row: J. Ma- 
thias, B. Petty, C. Moorer, W. Wood. 



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Front row: Max Wylie, Jimmy Lee, Bart Miller, Stephen 
Michaels, Keith Gore, John Cummings. Last row: Richard 
Dickerson, Chris Hanson, Louis Hubbard, Mike Keville, 



Bennie Williams, Mike Gray, Tommy Rice, Tim Fanney, 
Steve Ervin, Ken Hill. 



The Monogram Club is on organization made up of the lettermen of the 
varsity sports. The members are brought into the club by an initiation. 

This year the annual slave sale was held. The senior football players and 
senior cheerleaders were presented trophies at the Football Banquet. The 
members have hopes of buying different Seahawk jackets for Monogram 
Club members only. 




Seated: Louis Hubbard — President, Bill Duckworth — Vice- 
President. Standing: Chris Hanson — Sergeant-at-Arms, 



Robert Myers — Secretary, Tommy Rice — Treasurer. 



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Mary Jo Kellam-Pres., Sherri Fruin-Vice-Pres., Linda de Leon-Sec, Laurie Fox-Trea., Rene Michaels-Chap, and 
Sergeant-at-arms 



The Girls Athletic Achievement Association 
is one of the youngest clubs in school. How- 
ever, it has added a much-needed boost in 
school spirit. Early in the year they gave the 
eighth grade class copies of all the cheers. 



After football season, they served dinner at 
the football banquet and presented the team 
with a plaque to hang in the hall. They en- 
couraged interest in the spring sports with 
posters in the school. 




Front row: L. de Leon, R. Michaels, L. Fox, M. Kellam, 
S. Fruin, J. Jennings, P. Hagerman, P. Fauber, S. Blake- 
ley, M. Sullivan, B. Taylor. Second row: S. Molnar, S. 
Lowe, S. Hilton, B. Wood, S. Hilton, T. King, A. Walton, 
C. Townsend, C. Howard, B. Carpenter, D. Furniss, hA. 
Cummings, M. Coffman, C. Rucker, M. Etheridge. Third 
row: L. Lidick, C. Garrett, S. Dempsey, M. Jackson, L. 
Chaplain, I. Soffee, L. Leigh, N. Rydell, J. Edge, C. 



Hendricks, L. Leigh, S. Ingram, S. Brennan. Fourth row: 
M. Drewry, L. Williams, H. Joy, J. Litchfield, A. Simpson, 
A. Killen, A. Jones, C. Wright, M. Miskimon, T. Wil- 
liams, M. Jard, J. Sharp, J. Lawson. Lost row: L. Hall, 
C. Richardson, A. Vowell, B. Sawyer, L. Webb, J. Hines, 
J. Hines, J. Taylor, B. Bovard, S. Farmer, M. Preston, A. 
Hubard, H. Evans, C. Leonard. 



^future ^JiomemaAers Qjluo 




Front row: J. Hohrman, G. Potter, C. Hendrix, D. Themi- 
des, G. Dagenkolb, P. McDade, Mrs. McClannan. Last row: 



S. Whiting, M. Voight, M. Voight, B. Tabor, D. Howell, 
S. Ferguson, S. Smith. 



The Future Homemakers Club is an organi- 
zation for all home economic students. The 
purpose is to prepare to become better house- 
wives. 

This year at Christmas time the members 
made toys for the orphans in Saint Mary' In- 



fant Home in Norfolk; at Easter they made 
favors to put on the trays of patients in the 
hospital. The club held a program on home care 
of the sick. Money-raising projects included 
two bake sales. They were taught how to color 
shoes by a representative from Shu-Rite. 



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Christine Hendrix — President, Dolores Themides — Vice-President, Janet Hines — Secretary, 
Janice Hines — Treasurer, Gracie Potter — Historian. 



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Jill Mowen-Pres., Nancy Jo Runyon-Vice-Pres., Jill Sivertsen-Sec, Loren Lawler-Treas., John 
Woolen-Historian. 



The Future Teachers of America is a na- 
tional organization whose purpose is to en- 
courage students to enter the teaching profes- 
sion and to cultivate qualities of leadership, 
character and scholarship. 

This year the members presented the eighth 
grade class with floor plans of the school on 
their first day. They gave the faculty a tea to 



welcome the new teachers and washed all the 
boards. Last fall they entered a float in the 
beach Bowl Parade with the money they raised 
by sponsoring a bake sale. In November they 
sent three delegates to the state convention in 
Roanoke. This spring a scholarship was given 
to a worthy senior. 




Front Row: J. Mowen, N. Runyon, J. Siversten, L. Law- 
ler, J. Woolen, C. Bahlman, N. Sutherland, L. Lents, B. 
Jones, Y. Hoarty, C. Wommack, J. Waller, N. Rydell. 
Second Row: M. Addenbrook, K. English, S. Moorer, H. 
Fanny, W. Hostetler, S. Lowe, A. Vowell, B. Sawyer, L. 
Webb, H. Joy, L. Henry, P. Crist, M. MacDonald. Third 
Row: S. Wood, C. Wright, A. Jones, P. Lattimer, V. Lee, 
B. McCoy, S. Molnar, L. Hall, C. Hendricks, G. Dagen- 



kolb, A. Hubard, J. Edge, L. Nixon. Fourth Row: H. 
Evans, S. Sharp, M. Etheridge, L. Lee, N. Kutz, B. Pee- 
bles, H. Maher, S. Duckworth, J. Sivesten, C. Whalen, 
C. Townsend, P. Brown, L. Reinhardt, B. Ball. Last Row: 
K. Leonard, J. Lawson, J. Sharp, G. Sedell, J. Davies, M. 
Halstead, L. Fox, M. Jard, T. Williams, D Fauber, M. 
Preston, S. Farmer, L. Wise, L. Dillon. 



Jjis/riDuh'ue Cjoucafion Cj/uo 




Front row: Mr. Wade — Sponsor, B. Williams, L. Leslie, 
K. Morgan. Second row: B. Paxton, J. Davis, S. Flynn, L. 
Ricks, B. Nixon. Third row: L. Jackson, R. McMillian, M. 



Russell, M. Meiner, B. McNicholas, F. Hope. Lost row: R. 
Allen, H. Allen, D. Kist, J. Garrenton, G. Harris, J. Spruill. 



The Distributive Education Club, sponsored by Mr. Wade, offers instruc- 
tion in distribution and marketing and aids in improving the techniques of 
distribution. The projects this year were selling candy and giving an em- 
ployer-employee banquet. Scott Husted was elected State President and 
District President this year. 



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CLUBS OF 




Front row: Carol Swindell — Vice-Pres., Kent Morgan — 
Pres., Donna Smith — Treas. Lost row: Herman Allen — 
Pari., Gay Roberson — Sec, Doug Kist — Hist. -Rep., Mr. 
Wade — Sponsor. 



Sandra prepares for the future. 



Cjness Cj/uo 




Front row: Mr. Gurney — Sponsor, B. Ewing, S. Sharp, J. 
Harvy, P. Hinchee. Second row: J. Small, R. Jackson, M. 
Grinstead, M. Beavers. Third row: V. Loscialo, R. Killen, 



R. Reed, S. Jones, B. Sessums, W. Bailey. Fourth row: D. 
Solomon, S. Larson, W. Wood, J. McClellan, D. Woolen. 
Last row: C. Moorer, B. Duckworth, P. Vaughn, R. Doubt. 



The newly-formed Chess Club was organized at the suggestion of Princess 
Anne High School. This club brings together students who share the com- 
mon interest of chess. With Mr. Gurney as sponsor the members hope to 
have tournaments with area high schools. 





Joe Small — Pres., Ross Killen — Sec.Treas., Doug Soloman 
— Vice-Pres. 



Checkmate! 



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First Fareway of the Princess Anne Country Club Golf Course— Early 1920's 



Everything is the same except the cars and the dress! 



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1964 







Co-Captains-Bill Duckworth, Chris Hanson. Front row: R. Chaplain, M. Gray, R. Myers, T. 
Noden, B. Williams, J. Romano, L. Hubbard, B. Doubt. 



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T. Rice. 2nd row: R. Pulley, K. Hill, E. Austin, G. Leary, B. Taylor, R. Ryals, D. Johnson, 
J. Whirehursr. Back row: M. Hallack, M. Flynn, R. Troutman, B. Scarborough. 



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Bennie Williams 




Jerry Whitehurst 








Bill Duckworth 

- Co-captain 




Coaches: Mickey Byrd, 
on Bowyer, Kermit Scarborough 



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Bob Romano 



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Chris Hanson 
Co-captain 




Russell Chaplain 



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Mike Gray 






Donnie Johnson 






John Romano 



Tommie Rice 




The 1964 football season was an unusual 
one for the Seahawks. In their first year in 
Group l-A competition they emerged with an 
impressive 7-3 record and the Eastern District 
scoring champion, Chris Hanson. 

The Seahawks opened the season with an 
easy 32-0 victory over Cape Charles. Next, the 
Norfolk Academy Bulldogs and the Suffolk 
Raiders fell victims to the Seahawks by scores 
of 19-12 and 26-0. 

The Seahawks rolled over the James Blair 
Jaybees 15-7; but, hampered by injuries, lost 
to York 27-0. 

However the Seahawks rebounded from their 



defeat with a 27-7 victory over Northampton 
only to lose a thriller to Cox High 13-7. The 
Seahawks had mounted a powerful scoring 
drive only to have the game called with 12 
seconds showing on the scoreboard clock. A 
state scoring record was set by a Virginia Beach 
rout of 82-6 over Holland. Unfortunately, in 
the next to the last game the Seahawks suffer- 
ed a 16-0 defeat at the hands of Southampton 
High School. 

Finally, the '64 Seahawks rounded out the 
season by winning the Homecoming game by 
a score of 26-25 over the Kellam Knights. 



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Front row: R. McCall, L. Agee, D. Johnson, J. Batchelor, S. A. McDowell, M. Keville F. Wilson, R. Billingsley, R. Mc- 
Ervin, Coach Coulthard. Back row: M. Hannon L. Hubbard, Ginnis M. Flynn. 



The Seahawk varsity basketball team experi- 
enced one of the worst seasons it has ever had, 
but plenty of spirit and team hustle kept them 
going against the much larger Eastern District 
teams. They played such basketball powers as 
Maury, Newport News, Norview, and Wilson. The 
boys deserve a lot of credit for sticking in there. 




Floyd pops two against Maury. 






Basketball Results 




VB 


40 


Oscar Smith . . 


. . . 41 


VB 


35 


Warwick .... 


. . 71 


VB 


60 


Ferguson .... 


. . . 80 


VB 


62 


Kellam 


. . . 45 


VB 


61 


Maury 


. . .102 


VB 


48 


Cox 


. . . 82 


VB 


27 


v Craddock .... 


. . . 63 


VB 


44 


Norview 


. . . 76 


VB 


49 


Kellam 


. . . 69 


VB 


48 


P.A 


. . . 65 


VB 


39 


Granby 


... 83 


VB 


44 


Wilson 


. . . 93 




102 




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Oarsifu (jneer/eaoers 










This page sponsored by Commander and Mrs. David T. Williams 



Go, fight, win! 







Margaret Ann Drewry 



Mary Jo Kellam 



Linda de Leon 



Nancy Rydell 



(OJresuino Jeam 







Front row: S. Michaels — Captain, J. Romano. Second row: 
M. Shean. K. Gore, R. Troutman, B. Miller, L. Entsminger, 



C. Hoel. Third row: Coach Gregory, R. Ryals, C. Hanson, 
B. Duckworth, R. Heflin. Last row: J. Cummings. 



The 1965 wrestling team has had a very successful year under the guid- 
ance of Coach Gregory. School interest in wrestling has grown this year as 
the team has outstandingly met the challenge of their new Group I standing. 





Wrestling Results 




VB 


Ferguson 


Lost 


VB 


York 


Lost 


VB 


Norfolk Cath. 


Won 


VB 


Churchland 


Lost 


VB 


Oscar Smith 


Lost 


VB 


Norfolk Acad. 


Won 


VB 


Warwick 


Won 


VB 


P. A. 


Lost 


VB 


Kecoughtan 


Won 


VB 


Great Bridge 


Lost 


VB 


Kellam 


Lost 


VB 


Cox 


Lost 




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Gore goes for pin. 



Jjaseball 




Front row: J. Jard, J. Tucker, T. Burns, R. Nolan, M. 
Wylie. Back row: J. Ortt, M. Flynn, K. Hill, J. Porter, L. 



Whitehurst, J. Batchelor, R. McGinnis, M. hannan, K. 
Caffey. 



The 1963-1964 season for the Seahawks' baseball team was an exciting 
one. Hopes were low when our small team was hit early in the season by 
injuries, but with the strong pitching arm of Max Wylie, the Seahawks 
had a fine season. 




Virginia Beach 1 

Virginia Beach 4 

Virginia Beach 1 

Virginia Beach 2 

Virginia Beach 13 

Virginia Beach 6 



Cox 8 

Kellam 5 

James Blair .... 2 

Barry-Robinson . . 5 

Norfolk Academy 8 

Poquoson 4 



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Fronr row L ro R: Barry Evans, Archie McDowell, Jack Todd, Zack Clement. Back row L to R: 

Larry Fitton, Leslie Watson. 



Last year's golf team's record of 23 matches 
won and 3 lost was merely indicative of the 
showing that Archie McDowell, Leslie Watson, 
Zack Clement, and Jack Todd would make in 
the state Group I B and Group II golf cham- 
pionship in Staunton, Virginia. Unable to play 



in the larger state tournament because of 
V.B.H.S.'s Group II status, the boys won the 
Staunton tournament by a whopping 14 
strokes. In the individual competition, Leslie 
Watson and Zack Clement finished first and 
second respectively. 






Virginia 


Beach . 


. 11 Vi 


Hampton 


.. 1/2 


Virginia 


Beach . 


.11 


Ferguson 


. .1 


Virginia 


Beach . 


. 7i/ 2 


Ferguson 


..4]/ 2 


Virginia 


Beach . 


.1 1 


Craddock . 


. .1 


Virginia 


Beach . 


. 8 


P. Anne . . 


. .4 


Virginia 


Beach . 


.12 


Maury 





Virginia 


Beach . 


.10 


Craddock . 


. .2 


Virginia 


Beach . 


. 9 ]/ 2 


P. Anne 


. .21/2 


Virginia 


Beach . 


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Cox 


V2 


Virginia 


Beach . 


.12 


Kellarm . , , 







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ennis 




Front row, L to R: Earl Hancock, Bill Berquist, Ward Wood, Walter Elkins. Bock row: Billy 
Doubt, Chuck Moorer, Bob Ives, Mike Beavers. 



The 1964 season gave our tennis team four victories and valuable ex- 
perience for the players. With the majority of players returning, the Sea- 
hawks' tennis team looks forward to a successful 1965 season. 




Virginia 


Beach 


4 


Radford 


5 


Virginia 


Beach 





James Blair 


9 


Virginia 


Beach 


4 


Norfolk Catholic . . 


. . 5 


Virginia 


Beach 


2 


James Blair 


7 


Virginia 


Beach 


2 


Princess Anne . . . . 


7 


Virginia 


Beach 


9 


Franklin 





Virginia 


Beach 


7 


Frederick M.A. . . . 


. . 2 


Virginia 


Beach 


6 


Franklin 


3 


Virginia 


Beach 


1 


Princess Anne . . . . 


7 


Virginia 


Beach 


3 


Norfolk Catholic . . 


. . 6 


Virginia 


Beach 


8 


Frederick M.A. . . . 


. . 1 



Seahawk serves! 



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Kneeling: R. Hyde, M. Keville. Standing: R. Dickson, R. 
McCall, L. Hubbard, F. Wilson. Missing from picture: 
S. Ervin, K. Coffey, B. Mercer, C. Hanson, E. Austin. 



The track team, though hindered by its 
small numbers, came through with some im- 
pressive individual wins in a number of track 
and field events during the '64 season. It 
competed with such teams as Oscar Smith, 
Cox, Norfolk Academy, Kellam, Princess 
Anne, and later in the Group II State Meet 
held at the College of William and Mary. 



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Front row: M. Waller, D .Wood, D. Bradley, D. Ash, G. 
Price, W. Stillman, K. Smith, J. Kitchin. Second row: T. 
Davis, C. Graves, B. Matthews, E. Blair, E. Lockman, P. 
Nixon, J. Howard, R. Armsworthy. Third row: B. Ottinger, 



D. Bobbit, J. Fitzgerald, J. Grimstead, B. Fanney, R. Reed, 
M. Sweeney, J. Strohkorb. Fourth row: B. Farley, J. Milner, 
F. Wright, S. Hendricks, J. Garafallo, R. Bishop. Back 
row: Coach Keeffe, Coach Boyd, Coach Coulthard. 



The baby Seahawks for 1964 were a hard 
working, devoted group of boys who cashed i 
on the speed of their running hackstand 
powerful defense to wrap up a sutTi 
3-1 football season. „. J^ 




vj^Vlrginia Beqqfcf^Q Cox 

Virginia EQach 21 Kellam 

Virginia Beach 27 Kempsville 



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<L)eahawA^s 1963 




Front row: John Milner, Owen Moore, Gary Rice, Chuck Myers, Sam Arrington. Bock row: 
Larry Taylor, Glen Miller, Gus Martinez, Winslow Stillman, Ronnie Armsworthy, Ed Blair, 
Buddy Sidwell, Mr. Keeffe. 






Seahawks poise for action. 



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The Junior Varsity Seahawks met the challenge of entering Group I 
standing. They played a hard season and gained valuable experience for 
next year. 










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J.V. looks for opening. 



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Front row: Becky McCoy, Connie Jones, Debbie Tillett. Bock row: Condy Casey, Petey Snider, 
V VJ » v ' W) Frances Gilliom, captain; Sharron Farmer, Merle Preston 

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Front row: F. Sibert, B. Lawler, B. Hines, G. Beach. Back row: W. Agee, G. Esposiro, S. 
Clark, N. Cheely, D. Hendrix, D. Fauber, J. Strohkorb, Coach Smith. 



The eighth grade basketball team, under Coach Smith, had a terrific first 
year and outhustled their opponents to come in with a great winning season. 



VB 24 

VB 57 

VB 42 

VB 40 

VB 47 

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VB 60 

VB 30 

VB 44 



Score Results 

Bayside 31 

Norfolk Christian .... 16 

Kempsville 43 

Kempsville 37 

Bayside 40 

Norfolk Academy .... 35 

Carolton Oaks 41 

Bayside 42 

Norfolk Christian 34 




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Lawrence Barco 
Rosalie Beasley 



Barbara Bell 
Charles Birch 



Susan Blakely 
Elizabeth Bovard 



Valerie Bradshaw 



Joan Branch- 






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Judy Butt 



Elizabeth Carpenter 



Greg Cayce 

Linda Chaplain 



Russell Chaplain 
Patricia Copeland 



Mary Coffman 
Linda Couley 



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Carol Corder 
Linda Cornett 



Monica Cummings 
Margaret Cupp 



David Davies 
Charles Davis 



James Davis 
Nancy Day 



Linda de Leon 
Webb de Witt 




Richard Dillon 
Chris Diorietes 



Gary Dolgins 
William Doubt 



Joan Downing 
Larry Easter 



Lee Entsminger 
Stephen Ervin 



Beth Ewing 
Linda Farrar 



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James Felton 
Gayanne Fox 



Laurie Fox 
Pat Freeman 



Sherri Fruin 
John Fuquay 



Diana Furniss 
John Garrenton 



William Goffred 
Kristin Goranson 




Robert Gregory 
Sharon Griffin 



Frederick Grosskreutz 
Roymond Guizetti 



Peggy Hagerman 
Mike Hallock 



Vance Harris 
Perry Harschutz 



James 
Christine 



Heflin 
Hendrix 



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Sandra Hilton 
Susan Hilton 



Janet Hines 
Janice Hines 



Michael Hitchler 
Dorinda Hoarty 



Craig Hoel 
James Hoggard 




Junior class party 



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Barney Howell 
Teresa Hughes 



Anita Holloman 
Frank Hope 




Robert Hyde 
Mary Lee Jackson 



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Gail James 
Marjorie Jard 



Jean Jennings 
Alan Johnson 



Anne Jones 

Mary Jo Kellam 



Alice Killen 
Ross Killen 




Gertrude King 
Susan Koogler 




Cherry Lassiter 
Loren Lawler 



Letitia Leigh 
Betsy Lemon 



Robert Longanecker 
James Mathias 

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Melvin Mathias 
Thomas Mathias 



Robert McCall 
Gregory McCullach 




Margaret McDade 
Archibald McDowell 



Ronald McGinnis 
Brian McNicholas 



Catharine Meredith 
Irene Michaels 



Barton Miller 
Ernest Miller 



Molly Miskimon 
Stephanie Molnar 




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James Morgan 
Brenda Moseley 



Kathy Munson 
Brenda Murden 



Mark Nagle 
James Napier 



William Newton 
Robert Nixon 



James Noden 
John Ortt 



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John Peck 
Jean Phillips 


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Sharon Putnam 




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Raymond Ramey 
Jeanne Richardson 




Linda Ricks 
Konette Ritter 



Wayne Robertson 
Jerry Robinson 




John Romano 
Boyd Scarborough 



Leonard Screba 
Kathy Sharp 



Ann Simpson 
Betty Smith 



Catherine Smith 
Donna Smith 



Mary Smith 
Mike Smith 



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Iris Soffee 
Nancy Sparks 



George Spruill 
Diana Steele 



Sarah Stormont 
Dyanne Strohkorb 



Michaele Sullivan 
Patricia Sweeney 



Robert Taylor 
Scott Thompson 




Karen Tillett Linda Tolson Raymond Troutman Janet Voliva 

Kenneth Todd Christine Touchstone Joshua Vaughan Susan Walker 



Christine Waterfield 
Mary Lee Wetmore 



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Paul Whesdos 
Linda White 



Jerry Whitehurst 
Larry Whitehurst 



Sandra Wilkinson 
Trudy Williams 



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Suzanne Willis 
Floyd Wilson 




Brenda Wood Donald Woodhouse Carolyn Wright 



Pictures not available: 

Randy Allen Catherine Miller 



Thad Fisher 
Mark Gredvig 
Clarence Griggs 
Constance Griggs 
William James 
Kathryn Kight 
George Leary 
Larry McClain 



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Linda Pallette 
Robert Peebles 
Jeffrey Riley 
James Rohr 
Carolyn Todd 
Candace Wareing 
Suzanne Wood 




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Yvonne Barber 
Judy Barco 



Phil Barco 
Linda Barnes 



Sharon Baull 
Maggie Beavers 



Mike Beavers 



Barbara Bell 



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John Bennett 



Ronnie Bill ingsley 



Secretary, Merle Preston; 
Treasurer, Cheryl Townsend 



Robert Chenman 



Roberto Black 
Charles Blum 





Robert Britt 
Christine Brown 



Penny Brown 
Sandra Brown 




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Henry Carter 



Vera Cernetich 





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Bobbie Coffman 
Craig Corder 



Ronald Crawford 
Janet Davies 



Ted Davis 
Beatrice Dement 




Lorence Dillon 
Jill Doolev 



Roark Doubt 
Paula Doyle 



Margaret Drewry 
Janice Edge 



Kathryn Esposito 
Maynor Etheridge 



Helen Evans 
John Evans 



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Harriet Fanney 



Sharon Farmer 



Doris Fauber 



Bernadette Felton 



Robert Finn 




Kandy Francis 
Karen Friedel 



Pam Fuller 
Clarissa Garrett 



George Georghiou 
Frances Gilliam 



Jane Goode 
Keith Gore 



Donna Graer 
Sara Graham 




Marsha Gray 
Norman Grosskreutz 



Patsy Hairston 
Edward Haith 



Betsy Hall 
Bruce Harkins 



Betsy Harschutz 
Gary Harvey 



Mason Hawes 
Portia Haynes 




Thomas Heflin 



Karen Hoarty 



Brenda Holbrook Dianne Holloman 



John Hope 




Winna Hostetler 


Thomas Hudson 


Susan Jones 


Beth Kenley 


Lani Krueger 


Cathy Howard 


Stephen Jones 


Thomas Jones 


Carol Kerr 


Nanette Kutz 




Hayden Lafon 
Paula Lambach 



Linda Lane 
Judy Larson 



Scott Larson 
James Lee 



Linda Leigh 
Robin Lewis 



Janet Litchfield 
Vincent Loscialo 





Sandra Lowe 



Linda Lydick Mary MacDonald Charles Malbon 



Ann Marshall 




Baby Strick's Harem 



Lewis McClain 
John McClellan 



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Charlotte McDonald 
Stephen McGlinchy 





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Glen Miller 
John Miller 




Linda Morgan 
Doris Mundo 



Charlotte Munden 
Jenny Murakami 





Jo Ann Neal 



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Caroline Newnam Judy Newton 



Annette Murphy 
Chuck Myers 



James Nance 
Sandra Nase 




Linda Osmond 



Gloria Pace 




Martha Page 
William Petty 



Jeanne Pinkam 
Merle Preston 



Mary Pringle 
Larry Ralston 



Laura Reinhardt 
Reed Remington 



Connie Richardson 
Rebecca Roberson 




William Robishaw 
Reginald Ryals 



Nancy Rydell 
Karen Ryan 



Mary Sands 
Barbara Sawyer 



Gail Sedell 
Alfred Sessum 



Judith Sharp 
Melvin Sidwell 




Jill Sivertson 



John Small 



Laura Smithson 



Alex Snead 



Charyl Solomon 




Brenda Southerland 
Major Spessard 



Irene Stevenson 
Marie Stratton 



Mike Stickler 
Richard Strohkorb 



Richard Strong 
Larry Taylor 



Linda Taylor 
Cynthia Themides 




Robert Thomson 
Albert Tolson 



Ruth Towle 
Cheryl Townsend 



Elizabeth Uzzle 
Ann Vowell 



Robert Walker 
Michael Walker 



Alice Walton 
Sandra Wareing 




Loretta Webb 



Cecelia West 



Joanne Whesdos 



Nancy Wible Dorothy Williams 




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Linda Ames 
Lynn Arcudi 
Ronnie Armsworthy 
Mary Barr 
Doris Bishop 
John Brassell 
Linda Brassell 
Larry Castle 
Charles Emanuelson 
Frederick Farley 
John Fitzgerald 
Philip Gardner 
Judy Gentleman 
Kurt Grimstead 
Donnie Grover 
Loretta Hall 
Linda Hardin 
Jackie Harvy 



Charles Hicks 
Kendall Hitchler 
Robert Lawlor 
Erin Lobb 
Fred Mapstone 
Sandra Murden 
Ronald Muse 
Clinton Norris 
Gracie Potter 
Gary Price 
William Rice 
Robert Romano 
Mary Smith 
Wilbur Thompson 
William Verdon 
Kathy Whalen 
Richard Whitten 



Timothy Wilson 
Lucy Wise 



Charlene Withee 
Richard Wood 



David Woolen 
Winford Wright 



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Margaret Addenbrook Jerry Allred 

Bobby Alcorn Harry Alverson 



George Andrews 
Frank Arthur 



Duane Ash 
Susan Axelrod 



Carol Bahlman 
Victor Baker 



Barbara Banton 
Janice Barnard 




Joan Barnes 
Donald Baxter 



Oscar Woodhouse 
Pat Benkert 



David Bethune 
Reynaud Bishop 



Raymond Blair 
Martha Boone 



Class Officers from left to 

John Wolfe, President; 
Candy Casey, Secretary; 



right: 




Donald Bradley 
Watson Braithwaite 



Joyce Brehm 

Christiana 
Brockenbrouah 



Bev Brown 
Virginia Butt 



Armileta Capps 
Candice Casey 



William Chaplain 
Heather Cheshire 



Lila Cleland 
James Coats 



of '68 





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Eddy Conner 
Paula Cookson 



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Whit Cotton 
Denise Craig 







Carole Crockett Duncan Currie Jane Danforth David Day 

Gay Cron Karl Dail James Davis Bruce Dean 



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Nancy Sutherland, Vice President, 
James Kitchen, Treasurer 



Joanne DeBeasso 
Martha DeWitt 



Virgil Douglas 
Sally Dunthorn 



Karen English 
Dean Entsminger 



Sally Etheridge 
Janet Fanney 




William Fanney 
Sandra Ferguson 



Timothy Flynn 
Jill Fuller 



William Fullerton 
John Garofalo 



Charles Gilliam 
Stephen Goranson 



Niki Gorrotti 
Eleanor Griffin 



David Harding 
Steve Harkins 



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Melissa Harper 
Bobby Harris 



Cheryl Harris 
Rebecca Hauser 



Fred Haycox 
Jeffery Headley 



Thomas Healy 
Ronald Heflin 




Larry Holeman 
Robert Holland 



Frances Holmes 
Betty Horton 



Katherine House 
Bridgett Hughes 



Peter Hyde 
Thomas James 






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Luke Hill 
Pamela Hinchee 



Nathan Hitchler 
Jacqueline Hohman 




Elaine Johnson 
Robert Johnson 



Constance Jones 
Elizabeth Jones 



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Mark Kent 



Robert Kingan 
James Kitchin 



Eric Klingenberg 
Charles Koonce 



Kenneth Kressler 
Eddie Lachman 



Marie Lake 
Roberta Lash 



Ben Lassiter 
Pamela Lattimer 




Verna Lee 
Linda Lents 



Kathy Leonard 
Robert Leslie 



Lisa Lewis 
Linda Longwortn 



Jack Lowell 
Robert Lydick 



Lee Mabe 
Carmela Macri 



Joann Maher 
Randall Malbon 




Margaret Mallison Stephen Mansfield 

Alton Mangham Helen Marcos 



Owen Moore 
Michelle Moorer 



Peter Marcos 
Gus Martinez 



Reginald Matthews Susan McCleilan Claudia McKenna 

Joyce McChesney Rebecca McCoy John Moore 




Alfonso Morgan 
Russell Morgan 



Sandra Morgan 
Deborah Murden 



Douglas Bonney 
Delores Murry 



Beth Nagle 
Ken Niel 



Ann Nixon 
Peter Nixon 







Joyce Oberman 
Billy Otinger 



Peter Pages 
Edward Pallette 



George Parsons 
Judy Partin 



Bonnie Peebles 
Richard Peebles 



Willard Pendleton 
Darrell Perry 



Vance Piner 

Bobby Pittman 




Clarkson Price 
Connie Price 



Bruce Ralston 
Rex Reed 



John Richards 
Linda Ridings 



Steven Righter 
Candis Robeson 



Lacey Robeson 
Elizabeth Rockecharli« 









James Rose 
Hoyden Ross 




Barbara Sapp 
Robert Sapp 



Weldon Scott 
Ailun Sexton 



' Bill Shaw 
Mark Shean 



Carl Shelton 
Jane Simpson 



Joe Simpson 
Jackie Sivertsen 



Kathryn Slaughter 
James Snead 




Donna Snider 
Delena Spicer 



Joe Sproles 
Gayle Spry 



Winslow Stillman 
Bobby Stivers 



Donnie Strong 
Nancy Sutherland 



Steven Sutton 
Michael Swaney 



John Sweeney 
Debbie Tillett 




John Tillett 
Steven Townsend 



Donna Van Kleeck Walter Van Nostrand 
Larry Von Nostrand Janet Vasile 



Linda Vick 
Martha Voight 



Jane Waller 
Hal Ward 



Deborah Warren 
Mary Kay White 



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Thomas Amundson 
Christine Anderson 
Jane Austin 
Pat Avila 
Julia Baggett 
Kenneth Barnes 
Beverly Baxter 
Douglas Bonney 
Michael Brownlee 
Linda Chase 
Frank Davis 
Suzanne Duckworth 
Jay Franklin 
Marion Glickman 
Mark Gregory 
Danny Grimes 
Hal Harvey 
Barry Hicks 



Mary Lou White 
Sandra Whiting 



Michael Willett 
Linda Williams 



John Wolfe 
Kathyrn Wommack 



Yvonne Hoarty 
David Hunter 
Dana Hughes 
Lawrence Jacobs 
Sharon Jarrell 
Barbara Jones 
Marie Kern 
Stephen Lamm 
Gary McFarland 
Linda Middaugh 
Pat Michell 
Ray Nickel 
Robert Norris 
Thomas Price 
Garrett Rice 
Ronald Riggs 
Douglas Wakefield 
Leon White 
John Williams 
Addis Wolcott 




Standing: Mary Sydney Baker, secretary; Steve Finn, treasurer. Kneeling: Mike Dennis, presi- 
dent; Cotton Markert, vice-president. 



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Richard Ackiss 
June Adams 
Rhae Adams 
Suzanne Adkins 
Chicora Amburn 
Buddy Ammons 



Helen Arrington 
Frank Atkinson 
Lillian Avila 
Kathy Bailey 
Mary Sydney Baker 
Alan Ball 



Danny Banton 
George Barise 
Artie Barnes 
Laura Barnes 
Mike Bartnett 
Gary Beach 



Kenson Berford 
Norman Bertels 
Irene Beasley 
Cherith Bethune 
Donald Bethune 
Daryl Bobbit 



Jerry Bonney 
John Borror 
Clifford Booth 
Ginny Bosher 
Laurie Bowers 
Dale Boykin 



Debbie Bradley 
Margaret Bradshaw 
John Bratcher 
Claudine Braye 
Chris Brestrup 
Jerry Britt 



Holly Brockenbrough 
Karen Brooks 
Stephen Brooks 
David Brown 
Brian Brownlee 
Jill Brumley 



Raymond Burns 
Jackie Butler 
Tim Butler 
Brenda Cage 
Janet Cernetich 
Needham Cheeley 



Billy Christian 
Steven Clark 
Paula Clark 
Kemp Clifton 
Gloria Coleson 
Mike Cooley 



Jay Copeland 
Marsha Coughlan 
Kathy Craft 
Kathy Crawford 
Joann Crockett 
Marie Crouch 



Sharon Crouch 
Kathy Dale 
Philip Daniels 
Jeanne Davis 
Victor Davis 
Richard Day 




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Bonnie Dean 
Ted Deary 
Ed Deaver 
Delores Dement 
Mike Dennis 
Linda Dixon 



Jan Douglas 
Elayne Early 
Mike Eason 
Cynthia Edwards 
Ben Eggeman 
Eugene Erb 



Leticia Espinoza 
Gary Esposito 
Ben Fanney 
David Fauber 
Vicki Felts 
Gwen Felty 



John Fenner 
Allan Fergueson 
Robert Ferguson 
Pat Finley 
Steve Finn 
Marcia Fitton 



Charles Fuquay 
Patti Garvin 
Gwendolyn Gary 
Glenn Gilbert 
Joe Gong 
Clinton Graves 



Cameron Gray 
Joyce Gray 
Linda Greene 
Diana Greenawalt 
Robin Gregory 
Debbie Gimmon 



Barbara Grimstead 
Mark Grinstead 
Joann Hankins 
Keith Hardin 
Alva Harris 
Ben Harris 



Janet Harris 
Noralee Hart 
Pern Hartman 
Judi Hawbrich 
Beth Healy 
Xavier Heard 



Karen Hendy 
Bill Henry 
David Hendrix 
Barry Hicks 
Susan Hillsman 
Hazel Hines 



Terry Hines 
Leo Hoarty 
Barbara Hodges 
Dennis Hoel 
Brucie Holland 
Alice Holz 



Bill Howard 
Dennis Howard 
Patricia Hubbard 
Ferrell Hughes 
Billy Hume 
Dianne Hummer 



Henry Hunt 
Ricky Jackson 
Joyce James 
Teri James 
Sandra Jarrell 
Nils Mabe 



Laura Mallison 
Drew Moloney 
Cotton Markert 
Pat Marshall 
Carol Matthews 
Ann Mayhall 



John Medlin 
Georgia Michalak 
Terry Michalak 
Anne Miller 
Carolyn Miller 
Johnna Miller 



Rebecca Miller 
Valerie Miller 
Beth Minton 
Ted Moore 
Philip Moore 
Michael Morgan 



Treasa Morgan 
Jean Murakami 
Billy Nase 
Jimmy Noden 
Bob Oliver 
Billy Osborne 





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Paul Pace 
Gail Pallette 
Judy Pallette 
Joann Parko 
Gale Peabodv 
Melva Peavson 



Verna Philips 
Herbert Potter 
Peter Price 
John RaGuth 
Jerry Rea 
Helen Redden 



Dowd Reynolds 
Bob Rice 
John Richardson 
Stuart Righter 
Brenda Roberson 
Mike Romano 



Walter Rountree 
Sally Rydell 
Bruce Ryerson 
Leslie Schmidt 
Michael Searle 
Jon Sedell 



Luz Serrano 
Charles Sewell 
Jay Shelley 
Freddie Sibert 
Robin Smith 
Sherry Smith 



Louis Snyder 
Sharon Sparks 
Randy Spencer 
Dicky Stivers 
Edie Strange 
Jerry Strohkorb 



Randy Stull 
Pam Summers 
Karen Talley 
Hazel Taylor 
Eddie Tebele 
Douglas Thompson 



Tommy Thompson 
Carol Trammel 
Debby Twisdale 
Jay Van Hoose 
Mike Vaughan 
Larry Voight 



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Mattie Voight 
Chris Voliva 
Merrill Volivo 
Lewis Walker 
Susan Wallace 
George Walsh 



Holly Ward 
Bob Wareing 
Susan Washburn 
Brenda Waterfield 
Robert Waterfield 
Ted Watts 



Allan White 
Debbie White 
Judy White 
Rodney White 
Susan Whitehurst 
Gordon Wilhoit 



Kenny Wilkinson 
Christopher Williams 
Ann Williamson 
Tina Wilson 
Pete Winograd 
Carolyn Winz 



Joe Wise 
Susan Wise 
Betty Wood 
Bill Wood 
Mike Wood 
Mike Wood 



Ellen Woodard 
Regenia Woodhouse 
Charles Wright 
Tuckett Vernay 
Donna Jefferson 
Mamie Jennings 



Allen Johnson 
Johnny Johnson 
Becky Johnston 
Kermit Jordan 
Kenneth Kanala 
Irene Kapetanaki 



Mary Killin 
Frederick King 
Kathy Kingan 
Linda Lafon 
Alfred La Garde 
Terry Laney 




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Ronaldue Lawler 
Lindsay Lawlor 
Pat Lents 
Greg Li I ley 
La Verne Lobb 
Cathy Longworth 



Mike Lorenzo 
Carolyn Lovett 
Joyce McCMnton 
Joe Seshi 
Bill Renn 
Sandra Harris 



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Alma Mater 

In years to come our thoughts will dwell 

On our school by the sea. 
Our days together, friends so true, will be 

our memory. 
So we will join in song today 
v j to praise ft to the sky. 
From near and far our guiding star 

will eve/ reign on high 

So ngfjr the sands and by the sea 
will stafid our school so proud. 

Green and white, our colors bright 
will wave above the crowd. 

Oh we are ever loyal and we shall never die 
And we'll remember always 

Our days at V.B. High. 



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The Surf is suprrb 'onq rollers for riding the 

■.and bottom extendi way out, smooth and 
• temperature in the hottest 
always refreshing and invigorating. 

Miles of Mognificenf Beaches, gaily colored with rows 

"breMas ond chairs A lifeguard stand approxi- 

. eve'v city b'ock Young and old alike spend 

I days sun tanning, playing on the wide beach 

axmg under an umbrella. A cement boardwalk 

extends 32 blocks olong the oceanfront. 

Five Fine Golf Courses These courses may be used 
by guests of hotels belonging to the clubs. These 
picturesque courses are open the year around but are 
extremely popular during the spring thru fall. 

A Fisherman's Paradise, Virginia Beach has all types 
of fresh and salt ■water fishing — there are three fishing 
piers, bay and lake fishing, inshore and offshore game 
fishing. Back Bay, on the north-south flyway, is a fisher- 
man's paradise with bass fishing, deer hunting, geese 
ond duck shooting. 

There are pools galore — many of the motels and hotels 
have pools while Club pool privileges are extended 
guests of places having memberships. 

Many Other Diversions — A golf driving range, minia- 
ture golf course, air-conditioned new bowling lanes, 
bay sight-seeing cruise, jeep buggy trips down the 
outer banks, summer theatre and biking on the board- 
walk. Gay miniature trains, popular for sight-seeing or 
taxi-ing run on the boardwalk during the summer. 








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ALLEN, LINDA KAYE (Linda) — Jr. Science 
Club 1; Pep Club 1; Homeroom Pres. 2; V.P. 
Soph. Class 3; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; V.P. 
Homeroom 4; N. H. S. 4, 5. 

ARMSTRONG, BETTY LOU (Betty)— Pep Club 
1; Y-Teens 5; Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 4; 
Sr. Graduation Comm. 5. 

AYRES, DEBRA ANN (Debbie)— Pep Club 1; 
Surf Queen Attendant 1; Cheerleader 1; 
Homeroom V.P. 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Beach Bowl 
Attendant 3; Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4, 5, Chap- 
lain 4, Corr. Sec. 5; Chorus 4, 5. 

BAILEY, VIRGINIA MARIE (Jenny)— Pep Club 
1; Band Majorette 3, 4, 5; Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5; N. 
H. S. 4, 5. 

BALL, RUSSEL DAVIS (RusseO— Horse Riding 
Club 1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 2; Foot- 
ball 3; Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 5; Boy's State 
4; Decoration Comm. for Jr.-Sr. 4; S.C.A. 5; 
Interact Club 5. 

BATCHELER, JAMES LEWIS (Jimmy)— Home- 
room Pres. 1, 4, Homeroom V.P. 2, J.V. Foot- 
ball 2, 3, J.V. Basketball 2, 3; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3, 4, 5; Class Treas. 3, 4, Varsity Base- 
ball 3, 4; N.H.S. 4, 5, V.P. 5, 1st V.P. Chesa- 
peake District 5; Monogram Club 4, 5. 

BAXTER, SANDRA JEAN (Sandra)— Music 1, 

2, 3, 4, German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 

3, 4, Future Sec. of America 4, Y-Teens 5. 

BOWERS, STEVEN TODD (Steve)— Baseball 
Mgr. 2; Wrestling 3, 4; Sr. Day Comm. 5. 

BROOKS, SHERRY GAYLE (Sherry)— N. H. S. 

4, 5. 

BUTLER, SHARON DIANE (Sherry) — P e p 
Club 1; Y-Teens 3, 4, 5; Jr.-Sr. Decorations 
Comm. 4; Ars Medica Club 5; Chorus 1; Sr. 
Privilege Comm. 5. 



CARTER, CHARLES RANDOLPH (Charlie)- 
Football 1; Baseball 1 

CHAPLAIN, JUDY CHRISTINE (Judy) 

Cheerleader 1; Band 2; Majorette 2; Chorus 

4, 5; Dramatics Club 5; G.A.A.A 5; Beach 
Bowl Queen 5. 

CHESHIRE, JANIS LEE (Jams)— Teen Club 1; 
Surf Queen Attendant 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5; Ars 
Medica Club 4, 5; Dramatics Club 5. 

CONNER, JANET KATHERINE (Janet)— Band 
Club 1; Band I; Senior Play Comm. 5. 

CONNER, PATRICIA ALPHIN (Pat)— Y-Teens 
3. 

COOK, GAYNELLE (Gay)— Volleyball 1; Soft- 
ball 1; Homeroom V. P. 1; Swimming 1; Pep 
Club 2, G.A.A.A. 2, Art Club 2. 

COOLEY, LINDA JANE (Linda)— Homeroom 
V. P. 1; Band Queen Attendant 2; Chorus 4, 5. 

COOPER, FAYNE QUAY (Fayne)— Baseball 1, 
2, 3; Basketball 2, 3. 

COOPER, MARY JO (Jo)— Pep Club 1. 

COSTENBADER, MARIAN LYNDLE (Lyn)— 
Pep Club 1; Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheer- 
leader 4, 5; Homeroom Sec. 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 
Sec. 2; Scholastic Team 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin 
Award 2; J.V. Cheerleader 3; Tidewater Scho- 
lastic Team 3; Newspaper Staff 3, 4, 5, As- 
sistant Editor 4, Co-editor 5; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4,5, 
Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Jr. Civitan Club 4, 5; Ars 
Medica Club 4, 5; V.P. Class 4; NHS. 4, 5, 
ICC. 4; S.C.A. 4, 5, Sec. 5; Beach Bowl At- 
tendant 5. 

CRAWFORD, ELIZABETH ANN (Betsy)— Bas- 
ketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 2; Softball 2; 
Band 1, 2; Y-Teens 3, 4, 5, Chaplain 4; Tri- 
Hi-Y 4, 5; Ars Medica Club 4, 5; Sr. Play 
Comm. 5. 

CRIST, PATRICIA MARIE (Pat) — Pep Club 
1; Homeroom Treas. 2; Band 3, 4, 5; Tri-Hi- 



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WATER, CONSTANCE MARLENE (Con- 
nie) Class Sec. 1; Chorus 1; J.V. Basketball 2; 
Tr(yHi-Y 2; French Club 3; Pres. Homeroom 5. 



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Newspaper^ Staff : 3, 4, 5, Sporti—Edjtor 3, 
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DICKSON, RICHARBt^jN/. Basketbau-w\ana- 
ger 3; Varsity Basketball Manager 3, 4; Track 

4. 

DUBOIS, HELEN CATHERINE (Helen) — Pep 
Club 1; Jr. Civitan Club 4, 5; Beach Bowl At- 
tendant 4. 

DUCKWORTH, WILLIAM HANS (Bill)— J.V. 
Football 1, 2; 8th grade Basketball 1; V.P. 
Homeroom 2, 3> 5; Varsity Football 3, 4, 5; 
Wrestling 3, 4; Baseball 3; Golf 4, 5; Jr. Civi- 





Homeroom Pres. 4; 
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S, CLAUDIA PAYNE (Claudia)— Pep 
Chorus 2, 5; Helmer - Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5; 
Ars Medica Club 4, 5. 



EVANS, BARRY DAVIS (Barry)— J.V. Football 
2; Science Club 1; v Golf 3, 4, 5; Monogram 
Club 3, 4, 5. 



FANNEY, KIMBLYN EARLE (Kim)— Pep Club 
1; Cnprus 5; Junior Civitan Club 4, 5. 

: AjkjBER, PAMELA ANN (Pam)— Commenta- 
rr Business iStdff 4; Tri-Hi-Y 5; G.A.A.A. 5; 

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iRGUSJON, SANDRA JEAN (Sandy)— Band 
|3, 4, 5; Band Officer 3, 4, 5; FT. A. 5; 
Riha\ Ceremony Comm. 5. 

HALSTEAD, MARCIA GAIL (Marcia)— Beach 
B\wl\Xttendant 1; Pep Club 1; Band 1, 2; 
Band GJub 1, 2; Homeroom Sec. 1, 3; FT. A. 
3, 4,\Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5; Chorus 4; Sr. Class Privi- 
ege Comm. Chairman 5; Senior Superlative 5. 




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Y-Teens 5; Chorus 5. 



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HANSON, CHRISTOPHER MILLER (Chris)— 
Band Club 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Home- 
room Pres. 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1; S.C.A. 
1, 2, 3; J.V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4, 
5, Group 2 Scoring Leader 4, All-Metro and 
All-District Teams 4, 5, Eastern District Scor- 
ing Leader 5, Honorable Mention All-Tide- 
water 5, District 1 Group 2 Second Team 3, 
Interact Club 3, 4, 5; Monogram Club 3, 4, 5; 
Wrestling 3, 4, 5, NHS. 4. 

HENRY, LEAH REED (Leah) — Pep Club 1; 
Homeroom Sec. 2; Y-Teens 2, 4, 5; Helmer 
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Reporter-Historian 3, Rec. 
Sec. 4, 1st V.P. 5; FT. A. 3, 4; Senior Super- 
lative 5; NHS. 4, 5; ICC. 5; Homeroom V. 



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P. 5; Annual Staff 4, 5, Senior Editor 5; Jr - 
Sr. Decorations Comm 4; Sr. Play Comm 5 

HINCHEE, CANDACE LEE (Candy)— Pep Club 
1 , 2; Highschool Spotlights 1 , 2; Spanish Club 1 , 
2; Underwood Award of Merit 3; Y-Teens 4, 5, 
Hist. 5; Ars Medica Club 5; Sr. Play Comm. 5. 

HOGGARD, CAROL LYNNE (Bootsie)— Home- 
room Treas. 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Band 
Club 1, 2; Majorette 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Sec. 
3; Band Officer 4, 5; Y-Teens 5; Ars Medica 
Club 5. 

HOWELL, DARLENE CHRISTINE (Darlene) — 
G.A. 1, 2, 3; Pioneer Girls 3, 4; F.H.A. 5. 

HUBARD, ANN MALLORY (Ann)— Pep Club 
1; Junior Auxiliary 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 
3; Annual Staff 3, 4, 5; Photographer 2, 3, 
4; Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, 
4; G.A. A. A. 5; FT. A. 5; Homeroom Pres. 5; 
Y-Teens 5; S.C.A. 5; N.H.S. 5. 

HUBIAK, PATRICIA ANN (Pat)— Pep Club 1; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5; Ars Medica Club 4, 5; Y-Teens 
4, 5, Chaplain 5; Sr. Party Comm. 5. 

HUSTED, SCOTT CARL (Scott)— S.C.A. Bas- 
ketball 1; Football 2; Audio Visual Aids 2; 
Debating Club 2; French Club 2; I. C.C. 3, 4; 
D.E. Club 3, 4, 5, Local and District Pres. 3, 
4, State Pres. 5. 

INGRAM, MARGUERITE SLADE (Slade)— Pep 
Club 1; Y-Teens 3, 4, 5; Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5; Chorus 
4; G.A. A. A. 5. 

KENLEY, MARGARET ELLEN (Margaret) 
— Basketball 1, 2; Scholastic Team 2; French 
Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4; NHS. 4, 5; Latin 
Award 4, Outstanding Sr. Girl 5; S.C.A. 5, 
Standing Comm. Chairman 5; Sr. Class Sec. 5; 
Girl's State 5; Annual Staff 4, 5, Business 
Manager 5. 



KERR, LOUISE MAVIS (Louise)— Homeroom 
Sec. 3; Beach Bowl Attendant 4, 5; Senior 
Superlative 5; Sr. Day Comm. 5; Tool Kit 
Club 2 

LARSON, SUZANNE WINDSOR (Suzanne)— 
Band 4, 5; Pep Club 1. 

MILLER, PAMELA (Pam) — Pep Club 1; Band 
Queen Attendant 3; Chorus 1 , 5. 

MORGAN, KENT ANDREWS (Kent)— Journ- 
alism Club 2; Chorus 1; D.E. Club 4, 5, Pres. 
5; ICC. 5. 

MOWEN, JILL LORRAINE (Jill)— Pep Club 1; 
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5; F.T.A. 3, 4, 5, Pres. 5; 
ICC. 5; Chess Club 5; Y-Teens District I.C. 
C. Respresentative 5. 

MURPHY, PATRICIA LOUISE (Pat)— Y-Teens 
4, 5; Ars Medica Club 4, 5; Newspaper Staff 
4, 5; N.H.S. 4, 5; Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 
4; Sr. Privilege Comm. 5. 

PRESTON, MARGARET MARSTON (Peggy)— 
Pep Club 1, Treas. 1; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, Hist. 

3, Treas. 5; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Varsity Cheerleader 

4, 5; N.H.S. 4, 5; S.C.A. 5; Annual Staff 4, 

5, Editor-in-Chief 5; Biology Award 2; Class 
Sec. 4; Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 4; Sr. Play 
Comm. 5; Girl's State Alternate 5. 

ROBINSON, ANDREA ROBELLA (Andy)— Pep 
Club 1; Sr. Privilege Comm. 5. 

RUNYON, NANCY JO (Nancy Jo)— Pep Club 
1; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5; Jr. Civitan Club 4, 5; F 
T.A. 4, 5, V.P. 5; Sr. Invitation Comm. Chair- 
man 5. 

SPROLES, CHARLOTTE LAYE (Lotty)— Swim- 
ming 1; Baseball 1; Tennis 1, Volleyball 1, 2; 
N.H.S. 4, 5; Y-Teens 4, 5; Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5; Latin 
Club 4; Sr. Party Comm. 5. 



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TEPO, SANDRA LEE (SANDRA)— Pep Club 1; 
Chorus 1, 3, 4, 5; Senior Party Comm. 

NORMAN BARTLETT THEBERGE (BART)— 
Class Sec. 1; Basketball 1; Tumbling Club 1; 
Class Pres. 2, 3; J. V. Football 2; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3; Track 3; Jr. Civitan Club 4; N.S.F. Pro- 
gram Student 4; N.H.S. 4, 5; S.C.A. 4, 5, V. P. 
4, Pres. 5; Interact Club 4, 5, Director 5; An- 
nual Staff 4, 5, Sports Editor 5. 

WALKER, LINDA DURRELL (LINDA)— Pep 
Club 1 ; Chorus 1 , 5; Senior Play Comm. 

WATSON, LESLIE RAY (LESLIE)— Homeroom 
Pres. 2, A; S.C.A. Council 2, A, 5; Golf Team 2, 

3, A, 5; Homeroom V.P.; Homeroom Pres.; Co- 
Chairman Jr.-Sr. Decoration Comm. 4; Chair- 
man Jr. Candy Sale 4; Boy's State Alternate 4; 
Sr. Class Pres. 5; Chairman Beach Bowl 5; In- 
teract Club 3 ; A, 5, V. P. 5. 

WILLIAMS, LYN ADRIENNE (LYN)— Pep 
Club 3; Jr. Class Surf Queen attendant 4; Trea. 
Sr. Class; Beachcomber 5, Copy editor 5; Var- 
sity Cheerleader 3, 5, Captain 5; Sr. Superlative; 
Helmer Tri-Hi-Y 5; Jr. Civitan 5; S.C.A. Scrap- 
book 5; Chairman Ring Ceremony 5; G.A.A.A 

4, 5; S.C.A. Standing Comm. Chairman. 



WILLIAMS, WILBUR ROGER (ROGER)— Drill 
team 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1, 2; Po- 
pular Dance Club 1; Class Pres. 2; Sports Club 
3; Debating team 4; S.C.A. 4. 



WILSON, DALE WAGERS (DALE)— Pep Club 
1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3; Jr. Future Homemakers Club 
1; Dramatics Club 2; Future Nurses Club 2, 
Sec. 2; Homeroom Sec. 2; Latin tournament 3; 
Y-Teens 3, 4, Sec. 4; Homeroom V.P. 4; Jr.-Sr. 
Decorations Comm.; Ars Medica 4, 5, Pres. 5; 
Sr. Play Comm. 4; S.C.A. 5; I.C.C. 5; Home- 
room Pres. 5; N.H.S. 4, 5, Sec. 5; S.C.A. Stand- 
ing Comm. 5. 

WOOD, THOMAS WARD (WARD)— Jr. Science 
Club 1; Golf 2; J.V. Basketball 3; Tennis 3, 4, 
5; Wrestling team 4; Jr. Civitan Club 5; Ars 
Medica Club 4; Monogram Club 5; Chess Club. 

WOOLLEN, JOHN ROBERSON (JOHN)— Class 
Trea. 1; German Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Home- 
room Representative 3; Fencing team 3; Future 
Teachers of America 4, 5; Chaplain 5. 

WYLIE, MAXWELL PARK (MAX)— Monogram 
Club 3, 4, 5; Interact Club 5; V.P. Homeroom 
5; Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5; N.H.S. 4, 5. 



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Norfolk, Virginia 
Phone MA 2-7119 



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Building Materials 
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OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY 

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202 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
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MERLE NORMAN 
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Downtown Norfolk Studios 

l 18 College Place — MA 7-1981 

336 Granby Street — Loew's Theatre Bldg. 

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Mr. Grayson M. Whitehurst 

Donur Kitchin 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Rubin 

Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kenley, Jr. 

Ralph R. Futterman, DDS 

Dr. and Mrs. T. Roy Jarrett, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Q. Jarrett 

Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Weinstein 

W. C. Johnson's Refrigeration 

Seaside Laundry and Dry Cleaning 

Mr. Paul C. Shawb 

William H. Colona, Jr. 

Moose's Pit 

Frank's Barber Shop 

Cdr. and Mrs. A. H. Cummings 

David J. Day 

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Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Taylor 
Elizabeth H. Hanson 
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nixon 
Mrs. L. R. Watson 

Mr. and Mrs. James Newton Williams 
Frances A. Morgan 
Capt. and Mrs. A. H. Hood 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paul Kirkley 
Mrs. R. C. Sawyer 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Hubbard 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morton 
Mr. and Mrs. Maxton Gray 
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Dunthorn 
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Dickson 
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Riganto 
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly T. Rice 
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Keville 
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in the development of our city as a community as well as a resort area. Just 
as we Seahawks have grown in understanding through individual partici- 
pation and group organization in school and community life, the city as a 
whole has aggregated and prospered. After we leave Virginia Beach High 
School, having retained what we have learned here, tomorrow's city of Vir- 
ginia Beach belongs to us as builders of the future. 

The staff and advisors of the 1965 Hurricane express special appreciation 
to Miss Cornelia Holland, Mrs. David Holland, Miss Patricia Noden, and Mr. 
Richard Dyer of Boice Studio for their assistance and pictorial contributions 
to the development of our theme. 






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